T-Mobile US as of Dec. 10 suspended a trial of its Preferred Wi-Fi Network for select customers in its Orlando and Tampa, Fla., markets.
Verizon says Florida Power and Light's recent request to the FCC for a Motion for Leave to File is nothing more than a stalling tactic it is taking to deny the telco from providing reasonable rates to attach its wires to the utility company's poles.
Verizon has completed its nationwide rollout of remote streaming of FiOS DVRs. The newly updated version of the FiOS mobile app lets users of FiOS Quantum TV and Internet services stream "nearly all" of their DVR-recorded shows from any remote location with an Internet connection.
Walter Piecyk of BTIG Research downgraded Verizon from buy to neutral, opining in a research note that the nation's largest wireless carrier is unlikely to dramatically grow its revenues anytime soon.
T-Mobile US' Binge On and other zero-rated services continue to draw scrutiny in the regulatory and business sectors, according to a new The Wall Street Journal report on the space. Indeed, some are worried that Binge On and similar services represent a way to "boost favored content," a move that would run afoul of the FCC's net neutrality guidelines.
A group of ILECs-- AT&T, CenturyLink, Frontier, and Verizon-- have jointly asked the FCC to extend the deadline to submit Direct Cases related to the regulator's assessment of ILECs' special access rates.
Verizon's Internet speeds in New York are facing further scrutiny from Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, who asked users on Sunday to test the speeds of their Internet connections and post the results online.
Just as major U.S. wireless carriers Verizon and AT&T finally launch major new platforms to address the market, the explosive growth in mobile video consumption appears to be slowing down, according to online video firm Ooyala.
The FCC granted permission to T-Mobile to swap some AWS-1 and PCS spectrum licenses with Verizon, rejecting objections raised by Sirius XM.
The explosive growth of mobile video is slowing, according to a new report from the online video firm Ooyala. And that slowing is happening just as wireless carriers are running headlong into the space.